$499 — Cabo All-Inclusive 5-Night Vacation w/Air, Save $300

hammockbeachTake a look outside. Is it snowing? Is it cold? If so, I bet you dream of a warm holiday destination, where you can sip a cocktail while sitting by the pool. Right? And I bet you also think that you probably need to break a bank to afford that vacation. Wrong! The high season might have just started in Mexico, but that doesn’t mean you cannot find excellent deals. $499 — Cabo All-Inclusive 5-Night Vacation w/Air, Save $300 — As seen on Travelzoo’s Top 20

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Author: Cristina Puscas

Date:December 15th, 2009


Save Big With United Vacations No Matter Where You Travel

caribbean-beachFall is the time when most of us are making the plans for Christmas and New Year’s Eve or day-dreaming about the next summer’s vacation. Sounds kind of boring, right? If your travel feet are itching and your wallet is screaming, then it’s time to look into this offer. SAVE BIG with United Vacations! Book a complete travel package including air, hotel, rental car and attraction tickets today!

Why vacation packages?

In short, vacation packages are convenient. Whether you look for a Europe vacation package or you already have ... [read more]

Author: Cristina Puscas

Date:October 30th, 2009


Peru Tours: Discover the Incredible Landscape and History

machu-pichuWith the summer approaching fast in Peru, it’s the best time to plan a trip and discover the colonial gems, Incan sites and amazing Amazon rainforest. Peru Tours & Travels. Discover Machu Picchu, Inca Trail, Amazon, Colca Canyon, Nazca Lines and More.

The Tours & Cruises

A first-class riverboat cruise lasting for 10 days costs $2249 (departure on Nov 6). You’ll be visiting Lima , Iquitos and experience the Amazon wildlife and culture. The price includes: 5 nights aboard Amazon Explorer, one day & one night excursion, Canopy ... [read more]

Author: Cristina Puscas

Date:October 21st, 2009


Deals on Mexico Vacations

beach1When I recently read about a new string of murders in the Mexican border city of Juarez and then saw an article about how new murders break the 2008 record in Mexico, I couldn’t help but think about all the bad press our neighbors to the south have been getting lately. Between failed plane high-jackings, drug wars in the border towns and Swine Flu, Mexico has certainly had it’s fair share of negative news this year. In an already suffering travel year, it’s not hard to imagine that all this ... [read more]

Author: Miss Julie

Date:September 21st, 2009

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Save 20% at Marriott Hotels worldwide

marriottcancunUnless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 18 months, you are probably aware that the economy sucks right now. As it turns out, people defaulting on mortgages, cutting back on spending, losing retirements, getting laid of and generally suffering economically, it’s not hard to imagine that a lot fewer people have been taking vacations this year. However, for those of us shunning the dreaded staycation  this year, there are plenty of bargains in the travel world to take advantage of. With airfares down and hotels offering plenty ... [read more]

Author: Miss Julie

Date:September 16th, 2009

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Cheap all-inclusive vacations in Mexico

resort1As more of an independent, backpacker type of traveler, I have to admit that I have never actually been on an all-inclusive vacation. They just never really had all that much appeal. That being said, as a bargain hunter and lover of cheap travel and good deals, even I have been tempted by some of the outrageously low prices on all-inclusive vacations lately. Apparently hurricane season and a bad economy make for some awesome opportunities for huge savings, and with some all-inclusive deals as low as $629 in Aruba, I am hard ... [read more]

Author: Miss Julie

Date:September 4th, 2009

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Beach vacations under $500

dominicanWith the end of summer just around the corner, you may already be looking for a great fall or winter getaway to the sunshine. If you’re like me and you have trouble making it through the winter without at least a brief reprieve to warm temperatures and sunny skies, you are probably thinking a trip to the beach this winter sounds pret-ty niceespecially with you see deals on beach vacation packages for under $500 including air. “ Best Beaches from $399 w/ Air Up to 70% Off, Pick your Favorite ... [read more]

Search tons of great vacations up to 75% off

mexicoThis past weekend I found a great dress for a wedding that just happened to be 50%. I celebrated my luck of finding a dress I probably would have paid full price for at half the cost with an afternoon cocktail. Now that the dress is taken care of, all I need to do is find the same sort of sale for my next vacationa great vacation I’d probably be willing to pay full price for at a fraction of the cost. This was made a little easier with Cheap Caribbean gret ... [read more]

Author: Miss Julie

Date:August 26th, 2009

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Families can save money with vacation rentals versus hotels

resortFor someone who grew up traveling so much with my family, it sometimes surprises people when I tell them we actually spent very few nights in hotels when I was a kid. My always budget conscious and savvy traveler mother discovered early on that the best way to save when traveling with a family was to opt for renting a house rather than getting a couple of hotel rooms. Especially for more than week-long vacations, our family actually saved money by renting a whole house. That way, not only did we not ... [read more]

Author: Miss Julie

Date:August 19th, 2009


Save 60% on all-inclusive vacations

caribbean-beachFor the past 6 months, we’ve all enjoyed super low airfares and cut-rate hotel rooms thanks to the suffering economy. With a whole lot fewer people hitting the road and traveling, airlines were forced to cut airfaresmaking air travel to just about anywhere pretty damn cheap. However, airfares seem to be on the rise again, which makes now the ideal time to book a great vacation package or flight and get in travel while it’s still super cheap. Especially in certain destinations, there are still some pretty insanely cheap offers out ... [read more]

Vacation packages under $500

hammock_beachSo far, 2009 has seen some pretty unbelievably low prices on all kinds of travel. From cheap air tickets to discounted hotels, the hurting economy has driven down prices on just about all kinds of travel. Especially for those traveling to destinations that have been particularly hard hit by the suffering economy, there is plenty of opportunity to score some amazing deals on travel and your vacation plans this year. In fact, with some hotels and resorts struggling to fill rooms, it has not been uncommon to see vacation packages under ... [read more]

Cruises are super cheap right now

carnival-cruisesPretty much every sector of the travel industry is hurting in these tough economic times, but there are certain segments of the travel industry that have been suffering more than others. The cruise industry is certainly one of them. With cruise lines having trouble filling up their massive ships, you can sail for super cheap these days. In fact, it’s not tough to find plenty of cruise deals for less than $300. Book now – Carnival Cruises from $249!

If you can’t stand the suspense of waiting til just a few ... [read more]

Author: Miss Julie

Date:July 8th, 2009

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Cheap Mexico Vacations

mexicoSummer has arrived, which means the weather is starting to get warmer, but until I can lay out in my yard in a bikini I don’t care very much. This is exactly why I feel myself especially tempted by some of the unbelievable deals to Mexico right now. Sun, sand and margaritas? I’m sold. Funjet Vacations Airline Fare Sales! Our Hot Deals sell out fast, so book now!. With spring break behind us and the busier summer travel season not yet upon us, now is actually the perfect time to score ... [read more]

Author: Miss Julie

Date:June 29th, 2009

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A Mexican Fiesta Cruise

cabo.JPGCabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerta Vallarta. If most people were asked to name the best places to go on the Pacific coast of Mexico, those three cities would likely be at the top of the list.

Cabo San Lucas is a beautifully located town. Located at the southern tip of the Baja peninsula, Cabo has near perfect weather all year round. That is a good thing since it is located next to an ocean that is a virtual playground for fisherman and water sports enthusiasts.

Further down the ... [read more]

Second Person Flies Free to Mexico

chairs-on-beach.jpgTraveling by yourself can be a unique and rewarding experience. It challenges you to figure out where you are going and how to get there. It can also inspire you to make new friends. Everyone loves a solo traveler. Group travelers, not so much.

While an individual trip can be special, sometimes an experience is best when you have someone else around. Someone else to help navigate through the airport customs. Someone else to be sympathetic when you stomach doesn’t appreciate the food it just ate. Someone ... [read more]

Author: Bob

Date:July 2nd, 2007

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Fourth Night Free in Loreto, Mexico

loreto.jpgFounded by Jesuit missionaries in 1697, Loreto was the first Spanish town on the Baja California Peninsula. With 10,000 residents, it is mainly a town centered around tourism these days. There is a reason why many visitors from the United States and elsewhere travel to Loreto. It is absolutely lovely.

Located on the Sea of Cortes and with the Sierra de la Giganta mountain range nearby, Loreto is an ideal setting for those looking to do some fishing, kayaking golfing, boating and good old fashioned lounging in the sun. ... [read more]

Kids Fly for Half Price to Mexico and the Caribbean

fake_id.jpgNot that I would ever suggest that you should break the law (please people, stop jaywalking already!), but if hypothetically you were to break the law you should at least do so to benefit your travel plans. For example, you could again this is just hypothetical secure a fake ID for your children. No, I am not talking about one of those ones that will allow your 18-year-old to shotgun cheap beer in a college bar. Let him do this on his own. It is ... [read more]

Author: Bob

Date:March 5th, 2007

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Experience Ecstasy in the Gulf of Mexico

rave.jpgYou don’t need to take mind altering drugs, attend a rave and have random strangers hugging you all night long to experience ecstasy these days. Put away your pacifiers and pack your suntan lotion. Ecstasy awaits you aboard Carnival Cruise Lines’ Ecstasy.

Part of Caribbean’s “fun cruises” (as opposed to their “not so fun cruises”???), the Ecstasy features 3-, 4- and 5-night cruises through the Gulf of Mexico that depart from Galveston, Texas. The cruises visit tried and true ports like Cozumel, Mexico and Progreso on the Yucatan.

As is often the ... [read more]

Do the Can-Can in Cancun

can-can.JPGIt is amazing what a little break away from home and work can do for the soul. Just when you are starting to feel like you have been punched in the gut by Mike Tyson only to have a piano fall from a third story window onto your back, a quick vacation can help you breathe normally again and it can help lift the weight of the world off of your shoulders.

As far as short little junkets go, this is a pretty tasty one. Priceline has a nifty deal on three-night ... [read more]

5-Night Gulf of Mexico Cruise

Gulf of MexicoThe Gulf of Mexico is the ninth largest body of water in the world with almost half of the basin consisting of shallow intertidal waters. You might want to keep this in mind while you are cruising in its warm, blue waters or if you are ever in a bar and someone bets you a beer that you can’t name the ninth largest body of water in the world. Stranger things have happened.

Because of its size, the Gulf of Mexico offers up a variety of treats for cruisers. ... [read more]

Author: Bob

Date:February 23rd, 2007

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Fly to Mexico City for no so Mucho Dinero

mcity.jpgGood gravy, Mexico City is a big place. The metropolitan area has a population of 19.2 million people. That is about 20 times the entire population of Montana being crammed into a 3,600 square mile valley. On top of all that, all those people are crammed into a valley with an average elevation that is 7,300 feet above sea level. Oxygen must really be in demand!

Even though it is one of the world’s great megacities, you can still get a bit of a small town feel if you know ... [read more]

Author: Bob

Date:February 8th, 2007

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Dive into this Cruise to Cozumel and Belize City

scuba_diving_horse.jpgIf the thought of strapping an oxygen tank on to your back and diving deep into the ocean until your ears feel like they are going to explode in the name of seeing all of the creatures that live below the sea sounds like a good one to you, then you’ll love this 5-night cruise aboard Norwegian Cruise Lines’ Norwegian Pearl.

The main attractions of this round-trip cruise from Miami are Cozumel, Mexico and Belize City, Belize. Cozumel is world renowned for its scuba diving. Surrounded by more than 25 reef ... [read more]

Cruise the Mexican Riviera

loscabos.jpgThe Pacific Ocean side of Mexico and Baja, California has evolved into a wonderful vacation playground. With endless days of warm sunshine, crystal clear ocean waters, pristine beaches and an infrastructure in place to accommodate visitors from around the world, the Mexican Riviera, as some call it, is an affordable option for those looking to escape for a few days or even a few weeks.

Carnival Cruise Lines traverses the waters around the Mexican Riviera like no one else. They have a ton of different ships and routes to choose from and ... [read more]

Mexico Vacation Destinations

Author: Miss Julie

Date:December 24th, 2006

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Mexico Cruise Deals

Author: Bob

Date:November 29th, 2006

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